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Tony Finau wins 2022 PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic: Leaderboard and prize money for each golfer

Tony Finau coasted to a convincing victory and set a tournament record at the PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic held over the weekend at Detroit Golf Club.

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Tony Finau coasted to a convincing victory and set a tournament record at the PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic held over the weekend at Detroit Golf Club.
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Tony Finau was effortless as he clinched the 2022 PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club in Michigan, his second consecutive victory after his come-from-behind triumph at the 3M Open in Minnesota last week.

Finau captured the title after finishing with a 26-under par total of 262, which is now the lowest score in the history of the tournament. He also became the first PGA Tour golfer to win consecutive regular-season tournaments in three years.

Finau’s commanding win

The 32-year-old put in a solid performance at the competition, with six birdies in a five-under par 67 on Sunday which led to his five-shot win over the trio of fellow Americans Patrick Cantlay and Cameron Young and Canadian Taylor Pendrith, who were all tied for second place.

He recorded his lone bogey of the week in four rounds, on the eleventh hole on Sunday.

Despite being one of the sport’s top players, the Rocket Mortgage Classic was only the fourth title of Finau’s career.

The world number 16 is expected to climb to seventh place in the world rankings after his latest win.

2022 PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic final leaderboard

POSITIONPLAYERTOTAL SCORE
1Tony Finau-26
T2Patrick Canlay-21
T2Cameron Young-21
T2Taylor Pendrith-21
5Stephen Jaeger-20
6Taylor Moore-19
7Joohyung Kim-18
T8Wyndham Clark-17
T8J.J. Spaun-17
T10Matt Wallace-16
T10Charley Hoffman-16
T10Russell Henley-16
T10Scott Stallings-16

Here is the full leaderboard of the competition.

2022 PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic prize money

The Rocket Mortgage Classic had a total purse of $8.5 million, a little over a third of the total prize money at the rival tournament held by the controversial Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf which also took place over the weekend.

Finau claimed $1,512,000 as champion, with second place winners Cantlay, Young, and Pendrith winning $635,600 each.

Here is a list of the amounts that each player received from the pot.

  • Champion: Tony Finau, $1,512,000
  • T2: Patrick Cantlay, $635,600
  • T2: Cameron Young, $635,600
  • T2: Taylor Pendrith, $635,600
  • 5: Stephan Jaeger, $344,400
  • 6: Taylor Moore, $304,500
  • 7: Joohyung Kim, $283,500
  • T8: Wyndham Clark, $254,100
  • T8: JJ Spaun, $254,100
  • T10: Matt Wallace, $203,700
  • T10: Charley Hoffman, $203,700
  • T10: Russell Henley, $203,700
  • T10: Scott Stallings, $203,700
  • T14: Troy Merritt, $153,300
  • T14: Cam Davis, $153,300
  • T14: Si Woo Kim, $153,300
  • T17: Jason Day, $128,100
  • T17: Vince Whaley, $128,100
  • T17: Chris Kirk, $128,100
  • T20: Will Zalatoris, $99,120
  • T20: Callum Tarren, $99,120
  • T20: Cameron Champ, $99,120
  • T20: Kurt Kitayama, $99,120
  • T24: Hayden Buckley, $68,460
  • T24: Sam Ryder, $68,460
  • T24: Max Homa, $68,460
  • T24: Michael Thompson, $68,460
  • T24: Adam Svensson, $68,460
  • T24: Ben Martin, $68,460
  • T30: Brandon Wu, $50,340
  • T30: Bo Hoag, $50,340
  • T30: Justin Lower, $50,340
  • T30: Richy Werenski, $50,340
  • T30: Henrik Norlander, $50,340
  • T30: Nick Watney, $50,340
  • T30: Brendan Steele, -$50,340
  • T37: Adam Scott, $36,540
  • T37: Adam Hadwin, $36,540
  • T37: David Lipsky, $36,540
  • T37: Seth Reeves, $36,540
  • T37: Trey Mullinax, $36,540
  • T37: Russell Knox, $36,540
  • T37: Sung Kang, $36,540
  • T44: Lee Hodges, $26,527.20
  • T44: Keegan Bradley, $26,527.20
  • T44: Patrick Rodgers, $26,527.20
  • T44: KK Limbhasut, $26,527.20
  • T44: Tyler Duncan, $26,527.20
  • T49: Luke Donald, $20,622
  • T49: Rory Sabbatini, $20,622
  • T49: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, $20,622
  • T49: Jhonattan Vegas, $20,622
  • T49: Roger Sloan, $20,622
  • T49: Kevin Streelman, $20,622
  • T49: Chris Gotterup, $20,622
  • T49: Zach Johnson, $20,622
  • T57: Cameron Tringale, $18,648
  • T57: Doc Redman, $18,648
  • T57: Ryan Brehm, $18,648
  • T57: David Lingmerth, $18,648
  • T57: John Huh, $18,648
  • T57: Austin Cook, $18,648
  • T57: Nate Lashley, $18,648
  • T57: Wesley Bryan, $18,648
  • T57: Stewart Cink, $18,648
  • T57: Sahith Theegala, $18,648
  • T67: Bo Van Pelt, $17,640
  • T67: Danny Willett, $17,640
  • T69: Beau Hossler, $17,136
  • T69: Chris Naegel, $17,136
  • T69: Austin Smotherman, $17,136
  • T69: Webb Simpson, $17,136
  • 73: Peter Malnati, $16,716
  • 74: Patton Kizzire, $16,548
  • 75: William McGirt, $16,380
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